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Citi names Janus Wu as IPB head for Hong Kong

Wu, who was Shenzhen branch manager, has relocated to Hong Kong.

Citibank has appointed Janus Wu as head of international personal banking (IPB) for Hong Kong.

Wu will oversee the international personal banking business and is responsible for driving IPB’s growth.

Prior to his new role, Wu was the Shenzhen branch manager and responsible for the institutional and consumer businesses in the city. He will relocate to Hong Kong.

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He first joined Citibank in 2007 as a management associate and has since held various senior positions in China and Hong Kong across institutional and consumer businesses. 

Notably, Wu was the wealth management unit head in retail banking for Citi China in 2017, before being appointed Shenzhen branch manager in 2020.

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